Solution For Fulani Herdsmen Problem

I read on February 18, 2018 issue of Daily Post where Professor Ango Abdullahi is defending killings by Fulani herdsman around the country. He is insisting that they are killing people who are about to kill them. That it is justified killings in the name of self-defense. I can understand an illiterate making such comment …

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Threat to President Buhari’s Re-election Bid

President Buhari seemed certain to be re-elected president of Nigeria come 2019 but his re-election prospect is now in doubt due primarily to the entry of former vice president, Atiku Abubakar into the political fray. Former vice president who recently left the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC) and joined the opposition party, People Democratic …

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Lessons from 2017 Anambra State Gubernatorial Election Result

November 18, 2018 Anambra State gubernatorial election result may indicate that Nigerians are gradually taking their destiny into their own hands by rewarding politicians who deserve to be rewarded and casting aside irresponsible and crooked politicians. Same attitude may manifest itself in the 2019 presidential election. Anambra state is major state in the southeastern part …

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Illusion and Reality of the State of Nigerian Unity

Nnamdi Kanu and his dream of Biafran Republic has been crushed by the federal government. Nnamdi Kanu is either on the run or was given El Zakzaky treatment which is outright kidnap and subsequent disappearance of the leader of a sect or movement by the federal government in violation of various court orders and Nigerian …

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President Buhari’s Popularity on the World Stage Has Waned

Just over two and half years ago, President Buhari won Nigeria presidency with moral support of leaders of the Western nations. World leaders lost confidence in former president Goodluck Jonathan due to rampant corruption in his administration and his inability to deal with Boko Haram. The World thought president Buhari will decisively deal with corruption …

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